Staff Reporter from Bangalore
May 26, 2008

from IndiaDaily Website


Indian Space research Organization (ISRO) employs approximately 20,000 people, with a budget of around Rs.36 Billion or US$866 million . The current Chairman of ISRO is G. Madhavan Nair. He is also in charge of a very secret mission of keeping ISRO UFO files secret coordinated by the secretly driven UN efforts.

The prime objective of ISRO is to develop space technology and its application to various national tasks. ISRO has established two major space systems, INSAT for communication, television broadcasting and meteorological services, and Indian Remote Sensing Satellites (IRS) system for resources monitoring and management. ISRO has developed two satellite launch vehicles, PSLV and GSLV, to place INSAT and IRS satellites in the required orbits.

But there are growing anxiety among the UN officials that India may not keep the secrets closed in its basement forever. ISRO is nearing the completion of the development of the first mission to the Moon, named Chandrayaan-1. The launch is now expected in the first week of July 2008. It will be India's first step towards exploration of deep space.


In 2005 the Indian government approved Rs.364 crore (3,640,000,000) Indian rupees for the planned moon mission expected to be launched by 2008. Apart from ISRO made instruments, Chandrayaan carries science instruments from NASA and ESA as opportunity payloads free of cost and with the understanding of sharing the data from the instruments. If the mission goes as planned, ISRO would be the sixth space agency in the world, after the Soviet Union, NASA, Japan, European Space Agency and China, to have sent an unmanned mission to the Moon.

In recent days some young engineers working at ISRO revealed the existence of a ‘closed area’ in ISRO premises.


Apparently India is the new entrant to the world of reverse engineered space technologies from UFOs that started with Area 51 in the US. The young engineers in a cyber café in Bangalore revealed that some areas within ISRO is forbidden from entry.


One of them who works inside this closed area, said India is just starting to receive reverse engineered technologies from extraterrestrial UFOs controlled by UN security council efforts.


In exchange India must keep quiet what it has learnt about UFOs through its space missions.

But Indian political system is different from the rest of the world. Its democracy has evolved from the chaotic independence from the British. As a result the political wind is most unpredictable. The recent election wins by the opposition party BJP opens the door for India to reveal the truth about UFOs and surprise the whole world with information that will change the world for ever.


Some are predicting that India’s BJP party will win the next parliament election and create the surprise that will rock the world again. In its first term, in 1990s, BJP shocked the world with revealing India’s nuclear capabilities. Against all odds and threatening from the US and other countries, the BJP led Indian Government went ahead with the tests of multiple nuclear bombs.

This time it will reveal how the world was kept in secret about the UFOs for the last one hundred years through a well organized international forum of secrecy. But there is one catch. India will forfeit its chance to become the sixth member of the UN Security Council (UNSC) if it goes ahead with telling the truth about UFOs.

BJP most likely will reveal the truth and then fight for India’s spot in the UNSC.